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The American people have entrusted the National Park Service with the care of their national parks. With the help of volunteers and park partners, we are proud to safeguard places like Dinosaur National Monument and to share its stories with more than 300,000 visitors every year. Should you have and comments or concerns on the managment of Dinosaur National Monument, please feel free to contact us.
River Office: (970) 374-2468
Did You Know?
Paleontologist Earl Douglass first came to Utah looking for mammal fossils. He returned in 1909 and discovered an immense deposit of dinosaur bones, now protected at Dinosaur National Monument. Although made famous by dinosaurs, Douglass died preferring his beloved mammal fossils over dinosaurs.